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Ben Stokes May Retire From ODI: The ICC World Cup is in its final stages. England have made it to the semi-finals after losing 3 of their 9 matches. England’s star batsman Ben Stokes has made a big announcement as soon as he is out of England. Stokes has indicated that he may soon retire from ODI cricket. After England’s exit from the World Cup, star player Ben Stokes said that it is becoming difficult for him to play ODI cricket while captaining the Test team.

Stokes said, “I have to seriously consider whether he wants to continue playing one-day cricket or not. This was not an easy decision for me. Stokes made the announcement during an interview with Sky Sports. There is disappointment among England fans after this statement. Stokes is an all-rounder. He has the ability to work wonders with both the ball and bat to help the team win, so fans have been disappointed by his statement of considering retirement.

Stokes, who is struggling with a knee injury, said that a lot of things are coming up in his role as Test captain. I want to do a lot with the Test team. This will be a decision that I will probably have to think very hard about to come up with an outcome. Let us tell you that Ben Stokes was in the headlines when he announced his retirement from ODI cricket in 2022. This decision was not sudden, but was the result of careful deliberation. Stokes cited the physical and mental demands of playing in all three formats as the reason for his retirement. He also suffered from an old left knee injury which further complicated his condition.

Stokes’ retirement came as a shock to many given his significant contribution to the England cricket team. He played a key role in England’s World Cup win in 2019 and was named Player of the Match in the final. Speculation of Stokes returning to ODI cricket in 2023 began to spread. Following these rumours, a new announcement was made on 16 August 2023 that Stokes would return to ODI matches. Now Stokes has once again given a big statement on retirement.

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